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, which could be seen throughout fremont. tonight the fire is still smolder at the c&h enterprises building. fire officials say a grinding operation involving metal shavings was underway at the time the fire broke out. employees ran for safety. >> jay came running into the office. i could see the smoke building over the roof into the front. he said call 911 we have a fire. it just started getting worse. >> reporter: did everyone get out? >> everyone got out. >> reporter: the first 911 calms came around 1:45 this afternoon. since this is a commercial building with chemicals and solvents the fremont fire department says the potential for danger was very real and issued a shelter in place order for the surrounding area. >> we knew we had hazardous materials in the building. >> while everybody is safe, fremont resident says he is sad to think what the fire means for the employees who work here. >> i feel bad for the people who are going to be losing their jobs over this at christmas time. just really a shame. >> back to a live picture in the warm springs district of fremont. you can se
today. oakland, fremont, palo alto, all increase school police patrols. san francisco police already have resource officers on campus they are double checking their school safety plan. >>> it is not something wants to imagine but what are you supposed to do if a gunman walks on to your campus or office? the three words that are crucial to survival. >> reporter: a worst case scenario reenactment. a gunman walks in and opens fire. the video created by the city of houston with homeland security grant trains people to prevent a shooter from finding you and fight back. >> always believe it is not going to happen here. >> reporter: she knows better. she handled the after math of one of the first major mass shootings, the 1993 massacre in san francisco. she says mass shootings have become common. >> we are seeing more of it and i think it is part of our culture today in a way that it never had been. >> reporter: why she advocates live shooter trainings, like this one at a san francisco school. one man acting as the shooter and students and teachers taking cover. >> helps people walk through
the south bay to fremont. also here you'll be getting poured on in 10 to 15 minutes. one thin lane will be -- line will be heading towards you. you'll be getting pretty wet over the next 10 to 15 minutes. the warmest number that i could find. napa had 54 and oakland with 50. now, you did not escape the 40s today. because of the cloud cover, some of you may level off temperature wise all night long. fremont down to 44. redwood city at 43 degrees with a lot of rainfall out there. at this time of the year it is december. often it is not northern california and the pacific northwest or down to the south. we have been stuck in the pattern over the past several weeks. ever since thanksgiving where most of the storms will make a rather direct hit on into the bay area. such is the case today with the other storm. one day though because by friday here comes the next storm, it will be after that when we finally get a break for the last two to three days. the rain will move out by tomorrow afternoon. high temperatures tomorrow, mid- 50s. your extended forecast calling for drier weather on thu
, night day. oakland, 63. san jose, 63. santa clara, 63. hayward, fremont, low 60s. beautiful day in the north bay. santa rosa, 62 off the chilly m. how about downtown san francisco, 61 degrees tomorrow. couple of degrees milder on sunday. mid to upper 60s. monday and tuesday stay drive. e got a chance of showers. notice the temperature drop. that's a guarantee. it's going to get chilly by thie next year. that's your cbs 5 forecast. >> thanks, paul. >>> coming up after the break, a fond farewell to someone we're going to miss around here. we'll be right back. step away from the news fora >> to say the least it's quite a night for us here at cbs 5. we're going to step away from the news for just a moment and say farewell to someone we simply cannot replace. >> can you imagine the bay area without the 49ers? >> who is that kid? that was dana king upon her arre in 1997, reading a little story about a new stadium for the 49ers. how little things have changed, right? this is dana's last night with us before she moves on to a new chapter in her life. she's going to become a professiona
. fremont at 69, wow. that's december, that is just warm. but it will all change. we've got more fog coming in tomorrow morning. rain, they will return by late tomorrow. in the early hours on wednesday, we'll get wet around the bay area and then we're going to get cold. numbers will be 15 degrees back where they were today. that's by wednesday. out the door tomorrow morning, patchy dense fog around the bay area in the mid-50s by about 9:00. with the time lapse here, high pressure that is finally going to move east as it does. and the storm track, they will shift south and then it will be sunny tomorrow with changes tomorrow night. pinpoint forecast is headed out of the bay area. it looks like the central valley fog, posted in the sierra because of the oncoming system. the pinpoint forecast numbers will be mostly in the 60s tomorrow for the bay area, but about five to seven degrees cooler than what they were today. and so 62 at danville. 58 degrees at napa and 57 degrees at the bay with your extended forecast increasing the clouds. rain on thursday, looking unsettled with the next shot of ra
to the 20s! pretty close to freezing for fremont, san jose, and red wood city. oakland 37. no rain dropping from the sky yet. we're going to push back the onset of the rainfall for the greater san francisco area until after midnight on friday morning. that's when winter begins, officially at 3:12 am on friday. lots of winter weather in the sierra. a foot to 2 feet of new snow. but thursday evening, more snow coming up over the weekend. we have a lot to talk about. first the cold, then precipitation in the form. significant rainfall. high pressure off to our south and west, a northerly flow of air will give us the coldest night since january. clouds are back by tomorrow afternoon. rain is back late thursday night into friday morning. the rain will not let up until sunday night. the clouds increasing tomorrow. here comes the rain! and the rain is going to be with us through sunday. highs tomorrow after the cold start, low 50s. concord 52, san jose, 54. mainly cloud in walnut creek. rain begins early friday morning, with us all the way through the weekend clearing out christmas eve and christm
. tonight, lows around 50, san francisco 52, mountain view 50, fremont 49. don't worry about a cold night for the next several nights. a big area of low pressure off to the north and west, and waves of low pressure being thrown in our direction. the next wave gets here early tomorrow. the overall weather pattern, that's not changing that way. low pressure to our north, high pressure to our south, and through the middle, the path of least resistance will carry them primarily into northern california. the only day with zero rain chance is christmas eve, monday! tomorrow, we're looking at about 0.5-inch of rainfall for san francisco, 3/4 of an inch at redwood city. your extended forecast, calling for rain saturday and sunday. dry on monday. then the showers are back christmas afternoon. wednesday, thursday, and friday more showers. pretty wet weekend for those last-minute shopping errands. >>> finally some news on where the a's might be playing baseball for the next few years. ,, third triple double of his career.... start the c >>> david lee strengthened his case tonight for a trip to houst
about the same . 50 degrees in san rafael, 49 is your high in livermore tomorrow. 51 in fremont, and 51 out in mountain view. if you're doing any traveling across northern california, for the most part, we're expecting things to stay dry. with mostly sunny skies in redding and sacramento. tahoe, good day to head up toward the slope fist you're doing any skiing. there are no chain requirements right now on interstate 80 or highway 50. yosemite, they're expecting snow with a high of only 39 degrees. the next several days, things look unsettled on monday, still a chance of rain in the forecast but not much. any plans on new year's eve night, it looks okay. it is going to be chilly. tuesday and wednesday into thursday morning, things get more unsettled, and friday into saturday, we can get hit with more wet weather. the fireworks show, partly cloudy and cool. should be a pretty good viewing. >> the clouds just have to stay out of the way. [ laughter ] >>> they're called the burrito boys. meet the teens serving up food for those who need it most. and a christmas list that had their father pu
, upper 40s. 48 for fremont, oakland at 51. san francisco at 53. two differences between this storm and the previous three. first off, the atmosphere is not as juicy. the tropical moisture is not there. yes, a front, but not a front producing heavy rainfall. the second change, we have an area of high pressure building to the south, taking the storm track and shoving it just far enough to the north that any moderate to heavy rainfall that does fall will fall not over the bay area, but instead about three to four hours to the north. so the storm check has been bumped up to the north. yes we're going to have a front and a rainfall beginning tomorrow evening. but no, no flooding will be involved. heavy rainfall will stay away from the bay area. so showers are back tomorrow afternoon. on and off rain showers throughout the day on wednesday. flooding is not a big concern, but it will be wet on wednesday. now after wednesday, we're going to be drying out for you. so it will be cloudy with rain moving in late. concordat 62. oakland at 62 for the high. 63 degrees here. low 60s in pleasant hi
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